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Sterling Silver Personalized Hebrew Name Necklace

(17 customer reviews)

You Pay: $59.00

If you would first like to discover your Hebrew name and its Biblical significance, purchase a Hebrew name certificate or plaque at this link.

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Stay connected to your Biblical roots by wearing your Hebrew name proudly!

If you know your Hebrew name, type it in below and get your personalized necklace.

Don’t know your Hebrew name? No problem! Many English names derive from Hebrew names in the Bible, and the rest have etymological or spiritual cousins in Biblical sources. Just type in your English name below and we’ll find the Hebrew name in the Bible that’s most closely connected to yours.

If you want to know what your Hebrew name means and where it comes from, order our Hebrew Name Certificate and you’ll be able to tell all your friends about the meaning and Biblical significance of your unique necklace!

***Note: Only one name may be commissioned per necklace

Necklace thickness: 0.4mm

In the Bible

He counts the number of stars and He gives them all their names.
--PSALMS (147:4)

This verse describes God's interest in every star by giving them names. By extension, God has great interest and involvement with each and every one of us, whom He also relates to, through our given name. According to Jewish tradition, one's name has a deep spiritual dimension, as the chosen name determines a person's character throughout life.

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Average rating: 5 out of 5 stars

17 reviews

5 reviews with a 5-star rating

  1. Goldmann

    Ariel lmmanuel. Goldmann

    Lovely

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    Michael McKirdy (verified owner)

    First of the two purchases the ‘Personalised Hebrew Name Necklace’ was a present to my wife which she has rarely taken off. She loves it and has treasured it from the day she got it.

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    Kerry Mischka (verified owner)

    I absolutely love my necklace. I wear it with hubris!!! (Learned that term from my friend that is Jewish)…thank you so very much….Actually, I was so excited to see a stamp from Israel that I kept the packaging as well. One of my dreams is to go to visit Israel one day and get to walk through Jerusalem!!

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    • LaWanda Gardner

      AMEN!!! TO GOD BE THE GLORY

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  4. Georgia

    I would love to have my name in Hebrew

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    • stephanie wilson

      i think mine is the female version form of steven. what would stephanie be in hebrew?

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  5. edzel saul cuyos

    i really want to have your beautiful necklace but im still hoping and praying that someday i can live in israel for me to buy your beautiful necklace. i am metapel from the philippines.

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    • Roxanna

      I love this idea, will save for it. My name is Roxanna, which means, “Dawn of Day” in Gaelic. Can you tell me what my name is in Hebrew?

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    • Jane Rumsfeld (Shani) (verified owner)

      I love everything you’re doing for Israel. I hope to come one day! I was adopted and only found out I am Jewish this year. I chose the Hebrew name Shani.

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